- Grant Seekers
A strong and resilient nonprofit sector is essential to the work of the Altman Foundation and to our colleague funders, both private and public. We are only as good as our grantees. In this overarching program area, the Foundation provides support to achieve the results aligned with the objectives outlined below. Please note that the "Results Sought" reflect the specific outcomes of interest to us.
The Foundation provides support to achieve the following:
The Bronx Community Foundation
$25,000 (over six months)
For The Bronx Community Foundation to support The Bronx Digital Equity Coalition
Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York
To strengthen the Feeding Our Neighbors program by building a client/program management database tailored to the complex needs of emergency food programming
Center for Family Life in Sunset Park
To support Center for Family Life in Sunset Park’s transition to organizational independence
City Futures, Inc.
To support efforts to advance fact-based, responsive and actionable policy ideas for ensuring an inclusive and equitable recovery in New York
$35,000 (over two years)
To support a redesign of the membership program
Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, Inc. dba LiveOn NY
$90,000 (over two years)
To advocate on behalf of older adults and aging services providers and to mobilize resources to meet their needs through and following the COVID-19 crisis
The Hispanic Federation, Inc.
To support the assessment phase of a digital capacity-building initiative
New York University/Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
To help support the creation and dissemination of policy proposals to help guide NYC's recovery
Pro Publica, Inc.
$50,000 (over two years)
To help support a full-time reporter to work on stories concerning New York’s public institutions, including accountability reporting on policies, practices and program implementation with the goal of stimulating positive change
Ramapo for Children, Inc.
For the Youth Development Institute’s development and delivery of asynchronous professional development materials for youth development providers and its assistance to the Career Internship Network
Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. (dba INCLUDEnyc)
To support INCLUDEnyc’s work assisting young people with any disability and their families in New York City
SeaChange Capital Partners, Inc.
To support pro bono assistance to NYC nonprofits seeking transaction-related advice/financial analysis and to support the continued planning and launch of the New York Impact Opportunities Fund
United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc.
$90,000 (over eighteen months)
To support the advancement of the policy and program objectives of its settlement house members, and develop recommendations on how best to realize their potential in pandemic and post-pandemic resilience and recovery efforts